Video: Kendrick Lamar Interview w/ AlLindstrom

Kendrick speaks on good kid, m.A.A.D. city as a self-portrait, being influenced by and working with Just Blaze, his relationship with J.Cole and how it inspired him to go harder and more.

After the jump, ScHoolboy Q keeps in funky and tells Mr. Peter Parker he wasn’t feeling Kendrick when they first met.

Previously: Kendrick Lamar & Ab-Soul on Karmaloop TV’s “That Life”

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66 Responses to “Video: Kendrick Lamar Interview w/ AlLindstrom”

  1. brolic fonts Says:

    i probably listened to more AbSoul than K. Lamar myself, but they both good

  2. brolic fonts Says:

    mac miller is this era’s Elvis Presley

    alot of truth is said in jest


  3. Jackson7 Says:

    shelton lee is this era’s Little Richard

  4. Jackson7 Says:

    brolic fonts Says:
    October 19th, 2012 at 2:04 pm
    mac miller is this era’s Elvis Presley

    alot of truth is said in jest




  5. Fyodor Drostoevsky Says:

    @Pharell: You know 2Chainz is really this generations Richard Wright. When he said “my bitch aint got no stomach” I instantly thought of Bigger Thomas’s look of horror after beheading young Mary.

    *Snorts line off of macbook, while wearing an authentic Ojibwe headdress

  6. Jackson7 Says:

    yo casket

    any mp3 for todays podcast?

  7. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Scott Storch is this era’s Phil Spector

  8. Jackson7 Says:

    tHe kId fRanKiE Says:

    B I sent dat kite


    hol up

    TKF LMG ??


  9. b Says:

    why sick? lol up that. I may leave frankie alone after this

  10. Jackson7 Says:

    chief keef is this era’s Lionel Ritchie

  11. Casket Face Says:

    FYUPM is this era’s Jerry Springer’s guest

  12. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Dirty money & Diddy are this era’s TLC

  13. brolic fonts Says:

    Dirty Money this era Ashford and simpson

  14. TruthSerum Says:

    my only gripe was that there shoulda been a ScHoolBoy Q feature on there

    That was a real statement. Dude only put Jay Rock on the album. A strong look for the least buzzed member of the crew.


    Nah, JayRock put Kendrick on when he was going by K.Dot, so it was only right to reciprocate the love……Been in LA since 05, back then JayRock was dropping tapes w/ DJ Warrior w/ K.Dot all on it….And a lot of his early hood tapes that he did for Watts n’ Compton had K.Dot on it….Them 2 niggaz been tight on sum music shit….Kendrick prolly gotta cut w/ Q that’s a bonus track or sum thin…..Ab-Soul STILL aint eatin’…..DAMN….lol…..Them niggaz know what they doing, tho….They been grinding out here in LA since the early 2000’s……Plus the dude who runs TDE is a reputable dude out here….. Nas, Lupe, n’ Kendrick setting the bar high this year…


  15. Fyodor Drostoevsky Says:

    Can’t speak to his recent visuals, but I remember being in college vibing to the Paris video version of Kendrick’s Heaven or Hell, and the Japanese train video for Growing Apart, inspiration for first traveling overseas. It’s cool to see what direction an artist goes in.

  16. AJ Says:

    Captain planet would it not have been easier to write a post that says i dont like his music and just left this whole thread alone… His albums are well rounded… i can name about 3 artists who still pull that off….

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